At Duckworth & Ray LLP, we understand that a criminal case may be one of the most trying and stressful times in a person’s life. We use our experience, our knowledge, and our compassion to help clients obtain their desired outcome with as little stress as possible. We have worked with a variety of clients to see successful outcomes in their DWI cases.
DWI Case Results in Texas
DWI 3rd or More
Client charged with 5th DWI. Client’s blood alcohol content was 0.34, 4 times the legal limit.Client previously sent to prison for Felony DWI.Range of punishment was up to 2 to 20 years in prison.Reached plea agreement for 3 years in TDCJ.
Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) – 2nd
Client was charged with DWI – 2nd, a class A misdemeanor punishable with up to a $4000 fine and up to 1 year in jail.Reached a plea agreement to have charge reduced to a class B DWI misdemeanor, paid fine and court costs and had no jail time or probation.
Citations: Outstanding Warrants from a DWI Arrest
Client had 8 citations arising from Felony DWI arrest including missing court date. All citations were dismissed. Client was to pay the reimbursement for OMNI Fees that the city paid. Citations totaled over $4,000. OMNI Fees totaled $240.
POCS & DWI 3rd or more (MTR)
Client was on probation for a Possession of Controlled Substance and a 4th Driving While Intoxicated charge.Client failed 3 Urinary Analysis (UA’s) and Failed to Appear at Drug Court Meetings.An Order of Arrest was issued for Client. State Prosecutor and Drug Court personnel recommended Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facility (SAFPF).The Judge order client to stay on probation and to a 90 day outpatient drug rehabilitation.
Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) and Possession of Marijuana (POM)
Client charged with a DWI and POM. The POM is a Class B misdemeanor punishable by a $2000 fine and up to 6 months in jail.
Felony Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) while on Parole
Parolee was arrested for new Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) felony charge. Parole was not revoked, client pled guilty and received 5 years probation.
Defendant was charged with driving while intoxicated. Clients blood alcohol content came back more than twice the legal limit. Was able to negotiate a pretrial diversion contract which will allow the clients DWI to be dismissed after one year. This results also allows the driving while intoxicated charge to be expunged.
Client was charged with a DWI in which he rear ended another car on I-45. Clients Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) was 0.115.Client plead to a fine only, no jail time or probation.
Driving While Intoxicated- Subsequent Offense
Client was charged with a felony DWI, his fourth overall. He had previously been sentenced to prison in the federal penitentiary as well as Texas State penitentiary. Because the prosecution did not recognize that he was a habitual offender and subject to 25 years to life, they offered him 4 years TDCJ. Defendant was glad to accept the offer as this was the same sentence he previously received, and in this case he had struck a school bus.
Driving While Intoxicated (MTR)
Client previously on a 1 year probation for DWI. Motion to Revoke (MTR) filed due to client testing positive on 4 Urinary Analysis’ (UA’s).Reached agreement to have probation terminated and client credited time previously served.